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Sunday, January 21, 2018
First & Premier Division Round Up

Wolves 0 Devonshire Colts 3 – Match Abandoned

At the Devonshire Rec, the Devonshire Colts held a 3 – 0 lead when the referee called a halt to the game with players unable to be controlled. The Devonshire Colts got 2 goals from Teniko Eve and a single strike from Cameron Coffey.

Hamilton Parish 1 BAA 7

At the Wellington Oval, BAA defeated Hamilton Parish 7 – 1. Morricko Iris scored a hat-trick for BAA, who also got single strikes from Tyrell Burgess, Quintonio Lema, Antonio Carvelho and LaQuan Thomas scored a goal each. The lone Hamilton Parish goal came from John Hunt-Tucker.

St. David’s 0 Southampton Rangers 5

At Lord’s in St. David’s the home team went down 5 – 0 to the Southampton Rangers. Donte Brangman led them to victory with a hat-trick, while Ezekiel Stoneham and Marquel Tankard added a goal each.

Paget Lions 2 Somerset Eagles 0

At the Southampton Oval, the Paget Lions got 2 goals from Dion Stovell as they defeated the Somerset Eagles 2 – 0.


Devonshire Cougars 3 Young Men Social Club 1

At the Devonshire rec, Young Men Social Club stunned the crowd when Clay Darrell scored in the 3rd minute for them to take the lead, but Calin Maybury would equalize with a free kick from some 25 yards out twenty minutes later. Lovintz Tota would give the Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 51st minute and Jomeko Mallory would close out the scoring with a goal in the 82nd minute.

Boulevard Blazers 2 Somerset Trojans 2

The Boulevard Blazers let a 2 – 0 lead slip as they drew 2 – 2 with the Somerset Trojans at Lord’s in St. David’s. Kamali Davis gave the Boulevard Blazers the lead in the 27th minute and he would double the lead with a strike in the 37th minute, but Justin Corday would pull a goal back for the Somerset Trojans when scored in the 45th minute from the penalty spot, Corday would equalize with his second goal of the game in the 60th minute.

Dandy Town Hornets 3 PHC Zebras 0

At the St. John’s Field, League Leaders PHC Zebras suffered their first defeat of the season going down 3 – 0 to the Dandy Town Hornets. The Dandy Town hornets took the lead in the 19th minute when Ian Coke scored from the penalty spot, N Spence doubled the lead with a goal in the 57th minute and Angelo Simmons scored in the 90th minute.

North Village Rams 2 Flanagan’s Onions 0

At the Bernard Park, the North Village Rams defeated the Flanagan’s Onions 2 – 0, the home team got goals from Lashun Dill and Marcelos Thomas.

Saturday, January 20, 2018
Bermuda Premier Division Round Up

Robin Hood 1 X-Road’s 5

Eighth place X-Road’s went to the BAA Field and came away with all three points defeating second place Robin Hood 5 – 1.

Teiko Lowe gave X-Road’s the lead in the 8th minute, with Kashi Davis-Jones doubling the lead in the 35th minute, but four minutes later Shakir Smith scored for Robin hood to make the score 2 – 1.

It would take another 42 minutes before the next goal came and it was Phillip Parsons for X-Road’s in the 81st minute to make it 3 - 1, Jamel Swan made it 4 – 1 four minutes later and when Davis-Jones scored his second goal of the game in the 88th minute it made the final score 5 – 1.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
BFA Present Club Licenses

The Bermuda Football Association (BFA) presented Club Licenses to the Premier and First Division Clubs as part of its ongoing club development initiative. All clubs were required to provide to the Association specific documentation to verify the structure and the status of various areas within their Club. Led by BFA Honorary Vice President and Club Licensing Manager Neville Tyrrell, the Club Licensing Committee spent considerable time during 2017 to assess the documentation, interview the Clubs and make a final determination whether or not each of the BFA's Full Member Clubs were compliant with the Club Licensing Regulations.

The BFA's Club Licensing Program is part of the global initiative established by FIFA and is a requirement implemented by CONCACAF. The Club Licensing initiative is aimed at improving the standard of club administration and to bring about a professional approach to the way clubs operate so the ultimate aim is to better serve their players, coaches, members, their communities and Bermuda as a whole. It is vitally important that standards for the proper management of clubs are implemented but more importantly sustained over the long term.

Mark Wade, President of the Bermuda Football Association took the occasion to thank the clubs for embracing the objectives of the Club Licensing program. He stated that with the clubs embracing the program shows that they believe in developing and improving their modus operandi for the good of football. It also shows the value in togetherness with the understanding that football as a whole can only be strong if each club works toward a common goal of sustained development.

The presentation of the Club License by no means signals the end of the Clubs obligation to the program. BFA General Secretary emphasized that it is only the beginning to ensure sustainability which will aid the clubs with long term success. In this regard, the following protocols will oversee the continuance of the program going forward:

License is valid for a period of two years and will expire in September 2019.

Clubs will have to submit application for license on or before September 30th, 2019 and every two (2) years thereafter.

Clubs who are not granted a License can re-apply in September of the 1st year.

Club Licensing Committee to conduct review of applications and make decision by December 31st.

Presentation of Licenses will take place in January.

Clubs are obligated to uphold the Club Licensing regulations and criteria.

Club Licensing Committee will conduct periodic spot checks on clubs during the License period.

Clubs can lose their license if they fail the spot check.

The Association shall have the right to publish all Clubs License status.

The Association is pleased to have implemented this program and to make the first presentation of Licenses but will continue to work with our clubs to assist with their involvement both on and off the field for the greater good of the game.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
BFA & FIFA President Hold A Press Conference

FIFA President Gianni Infantino, during his visit to Bermuda, which was marking the first official visit to Bermuda by a FIFA President in over three decades took time out to meet and talk with the local Media.

Infantino said, “We are looking to help places like Bermud improve the infrastructure that includes pitches that would help to improve the level of play.”

“Football is similar globally, just some places have more people than others to deal with, but places like Bermuda we must not forget and make sure they get what they need to help them grow as well,” continued Infantino.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Lambe & Carlisle Bow Out of English FA Cup

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay enjoyed his first win at the helm as his side defeated Reggie Lambe and his Carlisle United teammates 2-0 in their FA Cup third-round replay.

Luhukay emerged from his first game in charge with a commendable point in Friday's Steel City Derby stalemate at Bramall Lane and had little trouble plotting a way past League Two Carlisle United in his Hillsborough debut.

Goals from Marcos Matias, his first since March 2016, and Atdhe Nuhiu were enough for the under-strength Owls to set up at fourth-round clash with Championship rivals Reading.
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